How I use Artificial Intelligence to study a sign language in Bali

Brussel

  • Lezing
  • Presentatie

Kata Kolok is a sign language used in a village in the north of Bali. It’s only 150 years old, which makes it quite young for a sign language. One of the interesting things about this village is that two-thirds of its members know Kata Kolok even though only 2% are deaf. How do daily linguistic interactions lead to so many people knowing the sign language? During this 20 minute lecture, Katie Mudd will explain how she uses artificial intelligence to investigate how people use Kata Kolok to interact, how the sign language appeared and how it continues to evolve.

Gesproken taal

Engels

Leeftijdscategorie

Vanaf 15 jaar

Toepassingsgebieden

  • Artificiële Intelligentie (AI)
  • Kunst & Taal
  • Mens & maatschappij

Organisatoren

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Contact

Telefoon
+32 2 629 30 88

Medewerkers

  • Katie Mudd ( PhD researcher )

Trefwoorden

  • Language
  • Sign language
  • Indonesia
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • AI